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Species in Marine Wildlife Tourism
Safe Interactions for Visitor and Animal
Learn about the the Species you are observing
The second item of the new series deals with the dolphin species most frequented for swimming interactions: The Spinner Dolphin!
read more » Spinner Dolphins Fact Sheet
Step by step I'll include fact sheets about the most popular species in Marine Wildlife Tourism! We start with the Manta Ray!
read more » New! Marine Wildlife Fact Sheets!
Find out about wildlife harassment distributed on social media and how you can identify it...
read more » Wildlife Harassment and Social Media
Taking dope pictures for Instagram is cool but did you ever do this respectfully?
read more » New Infographic!
That wild animals shouldn't be touched generally should be common sense, but it's not. Here are three good reasons why you should keep your hands to yourself:
read more » We don't touch Wildlife!
My experience with highly predatory sharks and whether wildlife feeding is a good thing.
read more » Ask a Scientist: Diving with Sharks -what it's really like
All good things come in threes. My final fieldwork in a familiar place...
read more » The Doctor's (not) in (yet): Phase 3 - Smart about Sharks in Fiji
Learn more about the most popular animals in marine wildlife tourism...
The world's biggest Great White is visiting Hawai'i - and got hands all over. Why being able to do something doesn't mean that we should....
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Opinion on 'Deep Blue' the Great White Shark and 'Touch-Gate'
Totally put off to do a PhD yourself because of all the negative press about it? Let me get things straight...
read more » The Doctor's (not) in (yet): You’re not learning for your PhD, you’re learning for life
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